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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. . -,. AFTER all the excitement and work apper taining to the recent miuniciphl election, :it seems that Mr.' Horn has' forfeited his seat as alderman, and an advertisement 'elSewhere announces a fresh election. W'he'tlier rightor not, it is not our intentidn at present: to pass an opinion. We, however, regret that the serious illness of Mr. Horn has-prevented him from giving the public his views on the ques tion; and as this gentleman is rapidly iregaining his health, we hope soon to see hiri: about, when' doubtless his explanation will be accep ted by his friends and 'ate??jaers.p We are glad to notide that the credit of the district for stock and ahnlmost every kind of production is kept up at the exhibition of the colony. We find that Mr. Douglas of'Inver alochy has taken prizes for horses and well bred cattle, some of which took first prizes at the late show at this place. idrs. S. Emanuel has also received first and second prizes for poultry, and competent judge...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. POLICE COURT, Tuesday, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

Q . ; ..UEANBEYAN-.. (Ab.idgeridfrionthe Age.) POLICE COURT; Tueddy! April 26.:. :Before the Police-Magistrate 'jand Mr. Wright. •Albert Schofield was charged by Constable Mc Donogh with .behaviing riotbusly -ih Mo; naro-street on the evening of Sundhy last. Mr. Parr defended the accused. : Police-constable:Me Donogh deposed that on the night in question, whilst he was speak ing tfo a man: named Sullivan deferidant'came up, and S'3ulliian theni coniplained of lis con duct towards him. ' : SThomas Sullivan' deposed that lie ias , laborer-residing in Quearibeyan; on last Sun day evening he was crossing the Qtiueanbeyan Bridge,.and he heard a man walking to his right, somewhat behind him; witness looked round and saw the defenidant, who :sid to him '" I want .you ;" witness asked wha'i he wanted, and in reply to inotlier question said he was going home; he made an attempt to go away, and defendant called him a second time and said to him " never miind home " witness got-vexed and :atte...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

BREVITIES. PRAY for'rain. Extraorditiary vacancy-lawyers very busy. The. Lambton. colliery in the :Newcastle 'distridt is closed in order.to repair the shafts. An old mannamed Quigley has been found dead in a hut at Jamieson, Victoria, and.is believed to be worth' a considerable amount of money . The Chinese question is'excitingcorsider able interest all over the colony. . A boy niamed Hunt narrowlyescaped being drowned. in Newcastle harbour on Sunday last. ; , The :population:;of,.the town of.?Mudgee according to the census returins is 2490. The Land reveinue at Mudgee for. the last quarter amounts to no less than '£30o6. The debate on the second reading of the Irish ..Land Bill has -been resumed in. the Houseiof Commons in England. Another. murder. has -.been committed in Galwayi Ireland. A girl in Glasgow has fasted IIxadays. The'Sdotchidoctors are investigating tlhe case. From all parts of the colony the cry for rain is sounding. The Victorian Parliament re-?aissemblesnext week....

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Another Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

Another Robbery. WE have to report another robbery as having taken-place some time during the week, when from Mr. Bryant's butchering establishment, Grafton-street, two trousers and vests, a shirt, a coat, set of gold studs, two lockets, and watch and chiin were stolen from the room occupied by John Bryant, who owns the pro pefrt. Oh interviewing this young man he informs us that he had all the articles that have been stolen in his possession on Sunday night last, and he did not miss them till this morning, and he values the lot at about £r7. It-seems strange that all the recent robberies are confined to the northern part of the city.

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

' GUNNING. HAVING observed that several matters require looking up in this town, and finding that the old residents are a quiet and ease-loving peo pie, which of course accounts for their not rushing matters a little' more, I ventuire: to bring among other.matters some of the wants .before their notice. ': : The footpath rotind the cour'thouse fence. is sadly in want of a little :attention..: There has been an attempt made to gravel or make up the footway, but giving the persons who did thework all credit forgood intention, it is a wretched affair. The person who did the work must have been very short-sighted, Ior he ,evidently.mistdok clay and fair sized rocks~ for gravel. At this corner is another new-idea in .the shape 'of posts, two on either side of the pathway, against which on a dark night persons walking that way, especially strangers, must almost inievitably strike, arid such an accident is not pleasant. I don't see why the government officials slhould be allowed to~dd that...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

oDDS AND ENDS. ,The' Circuit Co?rt opehed at Balhurst on Mbndayl bIefore :Mr. Justice Hargrav~e. Jamiies Winkle' was convicted of an assault witlh intent; Tames:Phrcelr was acquitted 'of .a charige o;bf stealing a'?silver aitcli and som'e mfoney froi- Elias minEjmluies?s ati Lith? ; William .Evans:was acquitted on a charge, of indedtci tilv ass'ailting Jane'Raidiurfi, at Moiunt 'Maciluari'e;. M·rk M'G;raih :. o ?orvicited of passing counterfeit half crotvns near Liili gow ;Th' phsaners vere. r-raihded for sentence-LOn Tuieday Jamesq Wiinet'; wiho was convicted:n :ilthe previous day?' of ani assaiilt,' with .iitent, at WVallerawang, was sehienc~d ito'two years' imlprisonment wiih hard lalour .: Sarah Giay, indicted for .steal ing money anid property belodngilg,0 to, Ben jatinin 'Franklin, atl Bathlurst, was.acquittedi Dii'id-:W. Bj less vas ciarge'd with commit ting p)ejury at Carcoar District Couirt,' was acquitted. Ah Tye, a: Chinanman, ?:leaded gruilty:to assaulting Thomas S. Pear...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I LONDON, April 25. SaoRTLv after the House of Commons met this afternoon, Mr. Gladstone rose to express. the deep regret which was felt by himself and his colleagues at the loss sustained by the country in the death of the Earl of Beacons field, which he felt sure was shared by per sons of al:shades of political opinions. " It was, Mr. Gladstone said, the desire of the G6vernment that a fitting memorial should be' raised to the deceased Earl at the expense of the country. With this object, he gave notice that in a "fortnight fromin: the presenit :,time: he would move that funds be granted for the erection 'of a monument in West minster Abbey. ... In the House of Lords, also, speeches were made in which the death- of the Earl of -Beaconsfield 'was feelingly alluded to. . Parliamenit re-assembled to-day after the Easter recess. In ithe House of Commons, this evening, a debate was opened on the Government bill affecting the land tenure of Ire...

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Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table. MAItS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM? BINDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Boreo, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 1.15 am. daily, Suuday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bongonia, at 1.7 a.m. daily, Monday excepted Canberra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Carrick, at 2.29 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted Collector, at 1.15 a.m.on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, end Friday Currawang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thnrsday, and Saturday Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Dalton, at 1.15 a.m. on Tauesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p m. on Monday and Friday Gininderra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Golspie, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Gnndaroo, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

Tailoring Establish AUBURN- STRE1f Tweed Suits to Measure, well shru s 3s to £5. BUSHMiAN'S - Tailoring andl o4ttg ESTABLISHMN OLD ARlUS WEEIKLY PAYMEIE'TS TAKEN. MIILL nd keTORE lIE ua/rroigned brgs most respectf Ily to infor tie iuhe bitants of LAGe N and the diffrniat surroundi g districts thu he has RENTI. , oN LEASE 0 MILL ANP STORE and rrgfcts very much t incouve i1ce the public faus rough the fill briln us for neces y pa at tlli neas n of ho rBut as n, x 0l?las ?s been spared n thor.ughly over haulint, .. Machinry, with sye nerw add d, to facilitate ? dressing of Wheo this--tigether with my Ing practical expioence -I trust, will be euficient to warrant a fair share o support. No Damaged or ,mutty Wheat taken in. Your obedient servant, JNO. MIL ER. April 11, 1811, OROOKWELL Steam Flour Mills TRE BRST RSPERFINE and S ONIDS FLOUR, POLLARD, and BRA always on hand . At Goulburn Price. GI'DINl, 91d. per B shel. * ThoeBest Flour made in the distr t may had at the above Mill. What; e...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

GOULBURN BOROUGE COUNCIL. THE ordinary meeting of the above took place last evening. Present-The Mayor, and Aldermen Osborne, Caldwell, Taylor, Mc Connell, and Wombey. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence inwards and outwards was read and received, on the motion of Alder man Osborne, seconded by Alderman Wornm bey. The Finance Report, as follows, was read, received, and adopted, on the motion of Alderman Caldwell, seconded by Alderman Taylor :-Wages sheet, week enditig 15th April. .jI Ig9; ditto, 22nd April, 1320 I8s 6d'; J. B. Salmon, salary,. /5 ; W. Sibson, salary, 132 2s. 4d; R. Jackson, cesspits account, 38 i9s; ditto, removing nuisances, 1 I zos; Government Railway, trainage, £8 Is ad; C. Brown, painting, 7s 6d; Government Printer, advertising, 134 5s; O'Brien,- Kenane, and Locke, advertising, lime, i6s 3d; Lithgow Valley Company, drain, pipes, 13o 57s 2d; J. Byrne and Son, repairing roller, £2 5s; T. Lee, tim ber, ,33 I3S Id; Goodlet and...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

THlE principal subject occupying the mind of the public at the present time is the recent arrival of the Chinese-a class of colonists that the respectable portion of the community most decidedly, and we contend, justly ob ject to. That they are most undesirable we will endeavor to show, and are surprised that the agitation against them has not as yet reached Goulburn. The success of a country depends entirely on,its population and their actions; and political economists contend that numbers do the greater share in creating such success; but those forming the number should be so cially and morally similar, and we need not show our readers the breadth of the line be tween the European and the Chinese race. Too oft has the tale been told, and the com parison drawn. Let us consider for one moment the amount of revenue contributed to the state for the necessaries of life by the Chinese, and compare this with the Euro peans. Then look at the condition of these wretched creatures in their ...

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Reserve for Camping. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

Reserve for Camping;. . No" C., ,ounrityof King, parish of . Crosby; area about 34/ .acres: Commencing on the' north lioundhary:of portioniN,; 173i at a tpoint: 3g.chiains 70' links east ?from the; north- iest corner of that :portion; thence bounded on pat: of othe west by:an east bounidary o :por .tion No;.'.83 nortli?rg5 chains 3 links to a north east corner; of that portion; -thence.1by a nortli boundary of that portion best :5 chains 74 `links;-, on the remainder. :of the ivest by. a line. north 8 chains 48 links,; .on .the :north by a line, south .88 degrees 53: :minutes easti;14 chains :g9 links; thence on the riorth-east by. a:line; bearing south 5 ode ,grees 5.3 minutes east 5 chains 'i' links, form' ing a south=l\est side of..the road: from Bur rona to Yass, thence, on the east by, a line bearing south 2 ,minutes .west to the north boundary of portion No. 173 aforesaid,; thence by part of that north -boundary, west erly to the pointlof coimmenicemenrit .

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Town of Yass. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

Town of Yass. THE.foliowing portions of crown lainds are declared to be set apart ias site for the. town of Yass :-Town boundaries of Yass-Coun ties of King and Murray, parishes of Vass and Huime, area about '422 acres. : Commiiencing at -the south-west corner" of L. W. Reddall's .1920 acres,-parish of Yass, county of- Kiýg ; ;thence bounded on the west by ailine bearing :southerly, -partly forming the west boundary .of ILidlawv-street, ':crossing the Yass River, and forming partly the west boundaries of sections Nos.; 9 and i8 to the north bound ary of H. Hume's '957 acres, parish 'of' Mur ray; theice on'the south by partfof that north bouindary iist to its north-east corner;' thence on' e?ist by the .east boundary of 'Henry O'Brien's 650 acres, parish of Hume aforesaid, bearing north to the Yass River aforesaidj, and thence by. that river: upwards' to ai'point -opposite the south-east corner of L. W. Red dall's 192o acirs' afores'-id; and thence onr th nioith bv h' liie crossing't...

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Reserves for Camping. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

Reserves''ftr' Camping. No. 1.25.: -County- of Argyle, parish ,of; P.ome roy, area about 25 :acres. i The crown lands, within tlie following rboundaries;: Commenc ing,on, the eastern;: branch .of the::road from: Goulburn,.to: ~lVeedo, at the north-east corner! of portion No.,axro; and hounded thence on. the south by ?thenortli, boundary of; that. por tionswest to the western branch of that road.; thence .bythat western "branch, north-easterly to a point in' the south ;bohndary ot,~portion No,~=r:23 ; thence; on the Inorth ,:by, a;1line partly forming' parts of the: south'i boundaries of tliatlportion and,Thos. ,Woores 883 acres east, to the eastern] branch iof. the, road from Goilburn" to Wheeo aforesaid;; and thence by ,thatroa'd touth-easterly, ,to the:point of commencetment. No. 126. : County,, of Ar ·gyle,:parish-of Pomeroy, area about .35, acres: The crown lands within the following bound aries.: Commencing,on-westernlbranch of the' road from Goulburn to Wheeo,,at .the soulth w...

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Reserves for Camping and other Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

Reserves for Camping and other Puiposes. No.,zo. County r gyle; parish Bungonia, area: about,55r acres.. The crown larnds within the "following bboundaries:: Commencingo?n the road from ;Bungonia to Boro; ? at; thlie north-west--corner. of portion No.. 64, and bounded thence on the ,east by '-the west .boundary, ofthlit portion and :its prolongation south to a point,.in.the north 'boundary of. portion N0. 49 thence on the south by part of the north.aboundary of that. portion and the niorth lobonidary of portionlNo. 44 west to i a point, in, t??e east boundary"' rm. Bai come'st~now: A. D. :Badgery);, ooo., acres thenc?on; the ?est by part 'of that east bl-n, dary north to the aforesaid road;: and thence, by that. road niortlieasterly to the point of commencement.,-No. •12 . County Argyle; parish Bungonia, area; about 65 acres: The 'crown lands within the following boundaries-: Commencihg on the road froni Bungonia to Boro, at the'north-west corner of-portidff No. .53; ;and bounded th...

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Reserves for Public Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

Reserves for Public Purposes. .No. I29. County Argyle, parish Rhyana, area about 33 acres. The Crown Lainds' within the following bonihdaries i Comineid-c ing on the road. from Goulbu~n' to Tirlo,;i t the 'north-east corner, of, portion :Nob. 122, thehce on the soutli' by the'inorth 'boundairy of that portio6iwet: t its: noith-west: corner thence,ointhie vest Ib artiof- theeast boifi dai yof3piortioin Noiji ii norblifoto atpoiit in:i he south- boundary f Johin TJamieson's 64 acres' theiie' on the nrti ij:byviart {ottihe south b'ouidiry' east f?'tihe afo?esaiid r6ad ; and 'tence by that roadsouthliwesterly to the point ofcomimenctieiit. -No 132:: Counity Argyle iparish' Yarkalawi;,i:res abouit 38 acres. The'croiin linds wiihii`'the following boun daries =: Coiiiiriencifn, at-tlihe?northliiv=st cor ner of portioiNo.6r'; anridbounrided: thence` on th? siouthilby part ofthe' idortli bioutiidary of that portion east to the southl-vest corner of portion =No: 232 = thenliice' on the east b...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

BREVITIES, DETECTIVE police wanted. Extt'aordinary Vacancy.-Good news for Horn from highest authority. The Chinese outnumber the Europeans at Vegetable Creek at the rate of 3 to i. The cotton crops look well at Lisrhore. A public meeting was held at Mudgee last Wednesday evening to protest against Chinese immigration. Wheat is not arriving in any very great quantity in Goulburn. John Smith was sentenced by the Goulburn Bench yesterday to six months' imprisonment with hard labour for robbery at the Royal Hotel. Harris and Fletcher are further remanded in the case against them of stealingrfrom the person in Goulburn. On Wednesday, May 4, a meeting of all persons interested in the Currawang Copper Mining Company will take place at Payne's Hotel, Currawang. The following selection was taken up at the Goulburn Land-office last Thursday: William Mc Donald, 14o acres, Bolong. The Brisbane, with ro6 Chinese on board, has been quarantined, a case of small pox having occurred on the voyage. T...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

. CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ." LONDON, APRIL 27. AFTER the removal of Mr. Charles Bradlaugh, member for Northampton, in custody, from the body of the Chamber last night, on the adjournment of the House he was permitted to go at large. ' On.the Commons reassenibling. this after nooii," however, he again presented himself iand re-entered the House,- deniandiig 'to. be allowed to take the oath. His removal jwas ordered by the Speaker, upon which 'a long debate ensued, several of the most promirient members on both sides taking part; Eventually Mr. Bradlaugh voluntarily withdrew, upon his colleagues, Mr. Labouc here, giving formal notice of his intention to introduce a bill, the object of which will be to permit Mr. Bradlaugh to take the customary oaths. The Governnent have intimated that every facility will be afforded Mr. Labouchere for the passage obfth'ebill which he has announced his intention to . introduce, by which Mr. Bradlaugh will be permitted to take the oat...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. THE Goulburn Herald appears to gloat over the misfortune that has overtaken Mr. Horn, and seems in substance (if not in words) to express a wish that his seat in the Council may be contested. This is anything but a generous feeling towards an afflicted, old, and respected citizen, whom God in His wisdom has thought fit to lay His heavy hand upon. For the credit of Goulburn I hope there will not be found one mean enough to oppose his return ; if otherwise, it will show a mean, spiteful feeling exists among a certain party against him. Yours, SINCERITY.

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MICALAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

MICALAGO. (F.ro'om our C'orrespondent ) THE match between the Micalago and Little Plain cricketers came off on Easter Monday,. as was arranged, and resulted in an easy victory for the Micalago team. The captain. of the Little Plain team found when he had got his men together that he was two short, and he filled up by taking Mr. Wallace arid another, who worked hard and showed sonie very good play, but all to no purpose. The Micalago team won in one innings. Police Court,,The case of Ryrie (a, squatter) v. Egan (a free-selector) was settled out of court. There has not been any rain here for' sometime, and everything looks very dry. The farmers are making.a great noise in consequence of their not being able to start. ploughing; the ground is so hard that they will not be able to commence until it rains. : Mr.. Jackson's stripping and threshing machine has given great satisfaction here this season, and several of our farmers are going injfor them next year. Mr. Jackson's is the first s...

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